[Berkeley City Council Meeting June 2, 1971 -- J. Cousteau]
Source 1 Tape of 1: 1/4 inch audio tapeRun time 05:08:12Language EnglishContact Information Ethnic Studies Library, 30 Stephens Hall #2360, University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-2360, Telephone: (510) 643-1234, http://eslibrary.berkeley.edu
: Part 3 has low level, static filled radio recording until approximately 00:09:25.Collection Guide
: H.K. Yuen CollectionCall Number
: 27; Carton 296Rights
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Sound: Yuen, Hoh-Kun (H.K.)
Note on original reel: "I W 1971-06-02 I. City Council meeting (continuation of last evening's) [Starts 7 pm. This tape begins 7:15]. City and properties, planning commission fees, budgets, et al., Juvenile arrests and 'run away' procedures [To prevent what the police did yesterday], Peoples's Park Annex Clean-up Day. II (a) W 1971-06-02 KPFA News (1) U.S. - War Crimes (i) General (ii) Pentagon vs. G.I. charges (b)' Cringe City: San Diego on the Eve': The people who live in the lower left-hand corner of America brace themselves for the GOP national convention and attendant hassles. Mitch Green and B.J. Nystrom range the city to find out who's happy and who's mad, who's getting rich and who's getting ripped off. Considerable attention is paid to the questions of security, accommodations and an apparently severe factionalization among convention opponents (30) (c) 1972-05-03 Bay Area Pollution Control Board Resolution against 'Clean Air Initiative' (Prop. 9) (15) (d) 1972-04-06 Jacques Y. Cousteau 'Our Environment: a Strategy for Survival' speech at U.C. (35) [Excellent. Keep]"